Leesville Grange News


Staff report



Leesville Grange #2078/Crawford County Pomona Grange #36 met at Calvary United Church of Christ at 7 p.m. on June 14. Master and President Donald Graf presided over the meeting while Chaplain Dorothy Eckert offered prayer followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag.

The legislative report included the FDA resumed egg facility inspections and urges less sodium in processed foods. Americans want presidential nominations system changed. A poll showed that a third of people have no long term care planning. Consumer financial protection bureau is pushing for protection in payday loan practices.

The Family Activities chairperson reported on an increase in entries for the state baking contests at the Deputies conference.

The Deaf Activities report was on two types of hearing loss which are conductive and sensorineural. There is also a combination of both called a mixed hearing loss.

Donations were made to Ohio State Fair Culinary Showcase, Dogs for the Deaf, Friendly Hills Camp, Ohio State Grange Convention, and Lecturer, Deaf, Youth and Junior Funds. Donation toward Relay for Life and Filling Home of Mercy.

Communications included newsletters from Crawford Park District and Filling Home of Mercy and Crawford County fair book.

The Lecturer’s Program theme for the evening was “June is National Dairy Month-All the Goodness a Cow Can Offer.”

The Memorial service theme “Remembering Those Who Have Gone On Before.”

The Crawford County Pomona potluck picnic will be held at 6:30 p.m. on June 21 at Lowe-Volk Park. Bring covered dish to share. The program will include a presentation by Crawford Park District Director Bill Fisher.

Staff report

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